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walsh who joins us now from the region. also joining us, former cia officer bob baer. what do we know about what the older brother did in the six months that he was back in russia last year? >> reporter: well, speaking to the aunt, although he arrived here according to u.s. officials in january, she wasn't aware of him turning up until march, so it's a slight gap where we don't know quite where he was. he then hung around family members here, making perhaps a couple of trips to see relatives in chechnya. he appears to have been joined by his father in round about may as well but the key thing, the aunt noticed, was how much he had changed from the five years before when she had seen him, he had been that time in america and had become a very devout muslim, she said, saying it should be in the very center of his life. he actually refused to even look women he wasn't related to in the eye. after of course his return to the u.s. in july, we do know that on his youtube channel, he posted a link to extremist militant video here in the north caucasus in dagestan, a man who subsequently in d
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that are coming here. martha: tempers flaring at that hearing. i'm joined by bob beckel, former campaign manager and host of the 5. and mary kathrineham, editor of fox news.com and a fox news contributor -fpblt what do you think about those trying to delay this and use boston as an excuse for it. >> there is nothing about an immigration bill that would have stopped what happened in months ton with these two brothers. i'd go the other way and say i think the immigration bill is strengthened because of what happened in boston. the reason for that is that the requirements and how strict the new immigration bill calls for for people coming into this country, and being investigated, and being deported, are much stronger than any we've had before. i think that is probably a much more compelling case for immigration reform. >> mary kathrine? >> the bomb line it's a 900-page bill. i think congress has with most e of the public a competence problem, that they can pass something that will not endanger folks. even one of the coauthors wanted more hearings because he understands that opening up the process
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